Case Study


SAT/ACT Score concerns

Primary Goal:

Win an ROTC scholarship

The Challenge:

James is below the average SAT score for a ROTC scholarship winner. He has tried to take the test a number of times and is not able to raise his scores significantly. He knows that he needs to maximize the other criteria used to award the scholarship such as the interview, fitness test, and essays.

The Approach:

ROTC scholarship consulting works closely with James to make sure he is prepared for his scholarship interview, scores high on the fitness test and has essays that stand out to the ROTC selection board.

The Results:

James wins a four year Type 7 Air Force scholarship and a 3-year Army ROTC scholarship.